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The president wants associate justices Sonia Sotomayor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg to sit out any "Trump-related" cases.
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Besides tagging along with dad on the taxpayers' dime.
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Twitter users wondered if acting DHS Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli's messages were from a parody account.
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Paul Krugman predicted in his New York Times column that the Republican hypocrisy could seal Donald Trump's 2020 reelection.
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The conservative radio host declared communists and the media have "weaponized" the "common cold."
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Polls show the 2020 race for the Democratic presidential nomination is heating up in the Palmetto State.
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The network has featured a number of anti-Bernie hosts and guests. Hayes subtly pushed back.
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Pennsylvania Sen. Bob Casey suggests Barr is serving Donald Trump's "political agenda" rather than addressing real safety issues in America.
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The walkout was a repeat of action the GOP took last year to kill similar climate change legislation.
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The MSNBC host said he was “sorry for comparing anything from that tragic era” in his comments on the Nevada caucuses' results.
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Trump offers his own reality on the day of the worst stock plunge in two years and after the World Health Organization warned nations to prepare for a pandemic.
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The California Democrat joked that it's "pretty scary" spending half his day inside Trump's head.
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Jill Wine-Banks told MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell why Trump “is a much more existential threat to democracy” than Nixon.
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“I happen to believe in democracy, not authoritarianism,” the senator said during a CNN town hall.
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"Our music is all-inclusive and certainly everyone is entitled to do the YMCA dance, regardless of their political affiliation," a statement from the band read.
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In a tense meeting with employees, Cenk Uygur argued that a union doesn’t belong at a small news network struggling to make profits.
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The battleground state's recent presidential contest saw a surge in caucus turnout compared with 2016.
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The law, taking effect July 1, makes Virginia the 23rd state to ban sentencing youths to life without the possibility of parole.
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The 2020 candidate has a problematic record when it comes to policing and violating Muslim civil rights, they say.
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Under a new state law, about 24,000 teens who turn 18 before November's election can cast a ballot in the nomination race.